Olive Green: The Imperial Cat

Olive Green: The Imperial Cat By Kate Cotoner, Olive Green The Imperial Cat Matsumoto no Hirotaro hates his job in the Bureau of Ceremonial For years he s longed to advance through the ranks of the nobility but his dreams of becoming an imperial chamberlain are crushed when
  • Title: Olive Green: The Imperial Cat
  • Author: Kate Cotoner
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  • Page: 497
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  • Olive Green: The Imperial Cat By Kate Cotoner, Matsumoto no Hirotaro hates his job in the Bureau of Ceremonial For years he s longed to advance through the ranks of the nobility, but his dreams of becoming an imperial chamberlain are crushed when he saves a tailless gray cat from being drowned by the Empress guards The cat seems to bring him nothing but bad luck until he meets Katsuyuki, a beautiful, blue eyed noMatsumoto no Hirotaro hates his job in the Bureau of Ceremonial For years he s longed to advance through the ranks of the nobility, but his dreams of becoming an imperial chamberlain are crushed when he saves a tailless gray cat from being drowned by the Empress guards The cat seems to bring him nothing but bad luck until he meets Katsuyuki, a beautiful, blue eyed nobleman who s strangely out of place at court.Katsuyuki is a shape shifting ghost cat who s lost his tail as punishment for causing a terrible fire He makes it his mission to ensure Hirotaro is promoted to chamberlain, and as he enjoys the freedom of being human, Katsuyuki falls in love with Hirotaro But he hasn t reckoned on the jealous suspicion of Hirotaro s friend, Lord Narihira, who could destroy Katsuyuki s newfound happiness forever
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    1. Kate Cotoner

      Kate Cotoner lives in the north of England with her OH and a demanding bonsai named Mr M She has a fondness for Asian men tempered with a love of hunky Germanic and Mediterranean types, and manages to combine love for all three types whilst watching Formula One motorsport She loves history, needlepoint, reading, watching brainless blockbusters and meaningful foreign films, staring at US crime shows, and baking French style bread She likes strong, plot driven stories and charismatic characters set against a sweeping, romantic backdrop of history, suspense, international locations and whatever else happens to take her fancy at the time.

    902 thoughts on “Olive Green: The Imperial Cat”

    1. A fun, light hearted novella set in Imperial Japan The cover makes it look sillier than it is, though at least this is not a slaspdash Photoshop job While the novella s light, it s not silly or that comical I enjoyed the world building a lot, especially the culture of the ghost cats and the potential threat from the Yin Yang Master I d easily read dealing with those particular issues.


    2. A light, sweet storyWarning This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS Rating 8 10PROS I found the mythology surrounding the story to be incredibly interesting because it was entirely new to me Granted, it might be that the story contains mostly established Japanese lore and I simply haven t read much Asian literature other than a few yaoi stories here and there There s a nice amount of detail that combines to create a solid picture of life in Imperial Japan Not just the life o [...]


    3. Hirotaro is a 7th level Noble who s goal in life is to move up a level One day he sees a small kitten that the royal guards are preparing to kill because a it s gray which is bad luck and b it has no tail, double bad luck However he takes little Tora home and despite being a seemingly innocent kitten, he shows up at the oddest times causing Hiortaro to embarrass himself and ruin any chance he has of advancement However Tora is not what he appears He s actually a ghost cat not sure exactly and I [...]




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